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Wibsey Warriors want to carry Hall before them
In Saturday's Pennine League Premier Division, Wibsey Warriors look to continue their winning ways when they travel to Slaithwaite Saracens.
Coach Jason Hirst will have been pleased with last week’s performance at Thornhill Trojans, particularly the form of the influential Harry Hall.
But last season's player of the year Ryan Smith is the current Wibsey dangerman following his recent try hat-trick.
Prop Stevie Richardson is in sparkling form, and with captain Cam Nelson directing operations, Harriers should have too much firepower for the Huddersfield outfit.
West Bowling travel to Ackworth Jaguars full of confidence after their last-gasp win last week.
Coach Leigh Beattie will need hooker Danny Gregory to provide the go-forward so that backs such as Elliot Cousins can do the damage.
Birkenshaw face a tough test when they travel to leaders Batley Boys.
Despite last week's narrow defeat in a game they could easily have won, Birky will not be phased as they have potential in their ranks to cause an upset.
Matt Honeysett is a real danger, and coach Johnny Bruce will have his side fired up and raring to go.
Wyke are currently unbeaten after two straight wins, while Clayton have had the benefit of an extra two weeks' preparation.
Clayton's new coach Darren Collins will be itching to turn over their old rivals, and in Scott Pendlebury has the man to do it.
Odsal coach Gary Priestly was well pleased with his players following last week's excellent win, and in backs Kaine McEwan and Andy Gabriel has the speed to give opponents Greetland All Rounders a real problem.
Scrum half Shaun Flynn is in majestic fashion and will look to boss proceedings.
Undercliffe travel to New Earswick All Blacks A, with coach Richard Cousins plotting an immediate return to winning ways.
Star man Isaac Brown is missing but hooker Danny Barok is back to fill the void. Paul Cross and Steve Ingleson also return to strengthen Cliffe's back line.
* In the National Conference League, Dudley Hill face a crunch game at promotion rivals York Acorn.
With things tight at the top, Hill know that securing the points is vital to their title-winning ambitions as the season enters the final stages.
Danny Softley looks likely to miss the rest of the season due to ligament damage but prop forwards Callum Dinsdale and Anthony Lawton are both in the reckoning.
Neil Wall and the prolific Nathan Kitson are fit and available and will be crucial if Hill are to be victorious.